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Publisher Description

This moving debut novel by Gregory Erich Phillips won the Grand Prize for best book of the year in the Chanticleer Reviews International writing Competition.

Pre WWI, Elsa came to America with her eyes wide open, realizing it was up to her to make a life

for herself. Surviving a sweatshop in lower Manhattan, a chance job with a Long Island elite

family opens up her world. Invited in, up to a point, she unwittingly, albeit precariously, crosses

the social divide with her now open heart which puts all she worked for in jeopardy.

What a truly wonderful story! I’ve read it three times, and with each

reading I find myself caring about the fabulous characters and their

lives even more.”

— P. J. Alderman, New York Times Bestselling Author

“From the riveting opening . . . until its gripping conclusion, this enthralling

novel vividly portrays the desperate times of German immigrants

landing at Ellis Island in 1905. A timely read . . . it illuminates the issues

that we are experiencing a century later. . .Phillips reminds us that love,

light, and perseverance can help us find a way to overcome almost any

obstacle.”  

— Chanticleer Reviews

"A Beguiling Novel... Readers will be satisfied by this novel's fast-paced plotting and its memorable characters."    — Publishers Weekly

AUTHOR: GREGORY ERICH PHILLIPS

ISBN: ISBN 13 978-1-64058-011-4

FORMAT: 5.5 X 8.5 PAPERBACK

PAGES: 309

PRICE: $18.95

AVAILABLE: INGRAM BOOKS

PUBLISHER: LIMA CONCORDIA

 

contact: www.gregoryerichphillips.com

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2018
January 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
310
Pages
PUBLISHER
Gregory Erich Phillips
SELLER
Ingram DV LLC
SIZE
976.3
KB

Customer Reviews

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Enthralling

From the first chapter, you become engrossed by the story, you can’t stop reading it. It really displays what it’s like for immigrants and their ideals. 10/10.

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